Textured & RuggedA medium to coarse grain, weathered granite featuring brown, blue, and earth tone surface colors with split faces showing a blend of blue, burgundy, pink, green, brown, black and white. Mica flecks, garnet inclusions, and quartz crystals also highlight a percentage of this stone.
Cool and ClassicAn elegant, enduring, medium to coarse grain granite featuring 70% Hudson River blue with a mixture of green, black, pink, brown, burgundy, and white. A small percentage has black speckles throughout consisting of red and black garnet inclusions and quartz crystals.
Muted & Subtle A medium to fine grained granite in a soft palette of blush, caramel, light sky, and pale green with textural striations and speckles of burgundy, white, and blue.
Classic VersatilityThe ideal landscaping complement to both American Granite™ and Corinthian Granite®, Saratoga Granite™ features a base color of Hudson River blue plus varying weathered faces that can be displayed or hidden depending upon placement and design preference.
Cozy and Sound A hearty, weathered granite showing deep shades of earthen brown and amber. Split faces show a range of blush and blue-grays with some white swirls and striations.
Subtle Yet SharpA gray-blue to dark gray granite showcasing patterns of white swirls and striations with occasional quartz and mica inclusions and presenting characteristics of a Westchester Granite blend.
Colorful & HeartyAn appealing mix of gray-blue, caramel, amber, blush, pale green, and deep shades of brown, Ticonderoga Granite® combines fine-grained and weathered granites within a softer, less earthen palette. The ideal landscaping complement to Wood Creek Granite®, Crown Point Granite™, and 1763 Granite®.
Warm & InvitingA quartzitic sandstone with an advancing and receding surface that resembles a windswept and sandy beach. Visually smooth, yet heavily textured with a blend of tan, antique white, ice blue, amber, and brown. South Bay Quartzite® will enhance any home from warm beach cottages to cozy cabins deep in the woods.